érudite


érudite

érudit, érudite adjectif et nom (latin eruditus, de erudire, instruire) Qui a des connaissances approfondies dans une matière, en particulier des connaissances historiques. ● érudit, érudite (citations) adjectif et nom (latin eruditus, de erudire, instruire) Hermann von Keyserling Könno, Livonie, 1880-Innsbruck 1946 L'érudit est l'homme essentiellement superficiel. Et le plus souvent, il est même essentiellement obtus. Der Gelehrte ist der wesentlich oberflächliche Mensch. Und in seiner Mehrheit ist er sogar der wesentlich dumme. Analyse spectrale de l'Europe érudit, érudite (synonymes) adjectif et nom (latin eruditus, de erudire, instruire) Qui a des connaissances approfondies dans une matière, en particulier...
Synonymes :
- cultivé
- lettré
Contraires :
érudit, érudite adjectif Qui témoigne d'une grande érudition ; savant : Une thèse érudite.

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  • erudite — er u*dite ([e^]r [ u]*d[imac]t; 135), a. [L. eruditus, p. p. of erudire to free from rudeness, to polish, instruct; e out + rudis rude: cf. F. [ e]rudit. See {Rude}.] Characterized by extensive reading or knowledge; well instructed; learned. A… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • erudite — index cognizant, didactic, familiar (informed), informed (educated), learned, literate, profound …   Law dictionary

  • erudite — early 15c., from L. eruditus, pp. of erudire to educate, teach, instruct, polish, lit. to bring out of the rough, from ex out (see EX (Cf. ex )) + rudis unskilled, rough, unlearned (see RUDE (Cf. rude)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • erudite — iearned, scholarly …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • erudite — [adj] well educated, cultured brainy, cultivated, educated, highbrow, in the know, into*, knowledgeable, learned, lettered, literate, savvy, scholarly, scholastic, studious, wellread, wise up*; concept 402 Ant. common, ignorant, uncultured,… …   New thesaurus

  • erudite — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ having or showing knowledge or learning. DERIVATIVES eruditely adverb erudition noun. ORIGIN Latin eruditus, from erudire instruct, train …   English terms dictionary

  • erudite — [er′yo͞o dīt΄, er′o͞odīt; er′yədīt΄, er′ədīt΄] adj. [ME erudit < L eruditus, pp. of erudire, to instruct, lit., free from roughness < e , out + rudis, RUDE] having or showing a wide knowledge gained from reading; learned; scholarly… …   English World dictionary

  • erudite — [[t]e̱rʊdaɪt, AM e̱rjə [/t]] ADJ GRADED If you describe someone as erudite, you mean that they have or show great academic knowledge. You can also use erudite to describe something such as a book or a style of writing. [FORMAL] He was never dull …   English dictionary

  • erudite — eruditely, adv. eruditeness, n. /er yoo duyt , er oo /, adj. characterized by great knowledge; learned or scholarly: an erudite professor; an erudite commentary. [1375 1425; late ME < L eruditus, equiv. to erud (e E + rud unformed, rough, RUDE) + …   Universalium

  • erudite — /ˈɛrədaɪt / (say eruhduyt) adjective characterised by erudition; learned or scholarly: an erudite professor; an erudite commentary. {Latin ērudītus, past participle, instructed} –eruditely, adverb –eruditeness, noun …   Australian English dictionary


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